Mumbai incident and the sound of its echo
Binita Tiwari, Fri, 4 Jan 2008
The molestation of two women in Mumbai by hysterical mob on New Years Eve left the whole nation bewildered. But what puzzled more was self-defensive mood adopted by Mumbai police, which shrugged off from their responsibility by
Can teenage politics be justifiable?
Vikash Ranjan, Wed, 2 Jan 2008
Just think and consider what is happening in Asian politics. On what ground the appointment of Bilawal Bhutto Zardari to head the Pakistan Peopleâ€™s Party can be said justifiable. Doesnâ€™t the system remind us of monarchical era? Although we come ...
Naxalism - Fighting terror from within
Deepak Kumar Mohanty, Sat, 22 Dec 2007
Citing Naxalism as the lone biggest threat to nationâ€™s internal security, Prime Minister Manmohan Singh on Thursday, while addressing a conference on internal security attended by chief ministers of all states, stressed the need of a ...
Doubt over Democracy!
Deepak Kumar Mohanty, Mon, 17 Dec 2007
Pakistan President Pervez Musharraf finally lifts the state emergency after keeping the nation and international community in speculations over the reinstation of democratic set up in the country. However, the doubt over a free and fair general
Where are our moral values heading?
Deepak Kumar Mohanty, Sat, 15 Dec 2007
The horrible incident at a Gurgaon school in which a 12 year-old school boy shot his classmate to settle some personal score is certainly an indication to our deteriorating socio-cultural intolerance and basic moral values among our children. This...